CBSTC: Sobremonte attends CBSTC’s drivers graduation 

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During November 14, 2019 Cordillera Basic Sectors Transport Cooperative held its first batch of driver’s graduation at Northern Philippines Root Crop Training Center where in, a total of 67 drivers who have underwent and passed their training 101 Laws, Rules and, Regulation in Land Transportation and Modernization; 102 Basic Life Support and Training Program; 103 Familiarization of Car and its Parts; 104 Onboarding of Cordillera Basic Sectors Transport Cooperative Drivers. Committing their time just to undergo all this training means a lot because it is not just for CBSTC but also for them to learn and improve their attitude and actions toward things and situations. Having known that their drivers are well disciplined adds another factor in solution to road problems.

Overlooking a statement wherein “Uneducated drivers contribute to traffic congestion as traffic rules and regulations are blatantly ignored, consequently compounding the traffic problem,” by Surigao del Norte Rep. Robert Ace Barbers. He also added “Safe and disciplined driving practice is key to keep the traffic system orderly. We simply cannot allow our current traffic behavior to continue. We must choose to impose order, and in the course, improve the traffic system and the economy.”

The Philippine traffic law and regulations, vehicle dynamics, capabilities, limitations, and highway environmental factors such as traffic signs, signals, markings, right-of-way requirements, and speed, and vehicle capabilities, such as stopping distances and passing abilities as well as highway settings, operating environments and adverse conditions affected by weather, illumination and obstruction; and first aid applications and basic knowledge on rescues shall also be included in the curriculum. Wherein the CBSTC Driver’s Training Program some of this topic were covered, for “knowledge is like money: to be of value it must circulate, and in circulating it can increase in quantity and, hopefully, in value” by Louis L’ Amour.

With the presence of Regional Director Engr. Lalaine Sobremonte and Atty. Laird Dionel N. Urbanozo Assistant Regional of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board of Cordillera Administrative Region.

a set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate, conveying a statement, question, exclamation, or command, and consisting of a main clause and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses. the punishment assigned to a defendant found guilty by a court, or fixed by law for a particular offense.

“BASTA CBSTC, SAFETY!”

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